Question about Dryers
You're really going to need the model number of the dryer to determine if the piece of paper has the part number for the belt that your dryer needs. If you find the model number info - you can go to Sears Parts Direct to check for a replacement (or go to the store).
You may get some help by bringing the belt to a Sears or Kmart store to compare to other belts that they have in stock. The length of the belt isn't super critical as the tension-er pulley can make up for small differences between your old belt and one that is "close".
I hope this helps!
Posted on Sep 14, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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